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SWOT Analysis for Uber
Transcript of SWOT Analysis for Uber
Costs of operating vehicles are very high. But, the drivers do not earn so much.
High vehicles operating cost
Competitive business model
Business model is simple
Hard to build customer loyalty
First in market
Hard for late comers to steal market
Every drivers = Uber drivers
Register through the web
Wait for approval
Theoretically unlimited service
Full time driver
Accept requests they want
Actively search for customers
Ignore requests they do not want
Set pickup location, destination
Get current location, ETA of driver
Known, finite waiting
Credit card payment
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Uber driver burden
Spend a lot on car
For the majority, independent driving is not the $90,000 per year job. (Uber's example from earlier this year)
Only 2% earned more than $75,000 in 2014.
Drivers income is low
Uber stores the location data where customer gets on and off the taxi
Users are interacting with drivers instead of Uber employee.
Building loyalty depends on quality of drivers' services
Poor Taxi-riding Experience
Expectation ≠ Perception
Uncertain, long waiting time
No centralized information
Exposure and Popularity
Passengers - luxurious ride experience
Drivers - electric cars
Increase profit margin
Matching both parties' interests
New service other than car sharing?
Always N/A in suburban areas
Refuse to cross harbour
Illegal Taxicab Operation
Uber's vehicles - not duly licensed
Low barriers of entry
Uncertainty of Profit Margin
If Uber get sued successfully...
Charges less than traditional taxi
Personal vehicles offer unauthorized taxi-like services
Entire business model destroyed
Limit business growth
Lower profit margin to drivers
Loss customers to other competitors
Dilute Uber's revenue
High tech startup found in 2009
Connect transportation industry by mobile app
300 cities in
High expansion rate
Future looks bright
Not easy to get over goal line
Pay for service?
Just being picked?
Uber x Nature
Steal unwanted market
Satisfy needs of both
drivers and passengers
Provide loyalty program for users
Users take a several amount of rides
Able to join the program
Incentive for good drivers
Drivers have good reviews?
Maintain Stable amount of Uber drivers
Uber LCL (Less Cabin Load)
Uber Courier/ Delivery
Drivers joining Uber are required to accept a certain percentage of rides
Don’t let potential risks stop a good idea from starting
Establish brand recognition and trust & Build loyal customer support